Share the vegan baking love

Vegan Baking Day

October 1st

How Does it Work?

It's simple: Bake up your favorite vegan eats and share them at work, band practice, school, drama rehearsal, jury duty, the car wash; wherever you find yourself going on the 1st of October. I guarantee whoever you're around will go nuts because who doesn't love baked delicious goodness? You'll also be promoting vegan baking because once people get wind of the fact that these eats are vegan, there's a good chance they'll be impressed, inspired, or at least happy that they happened to be around to get a free snack. So what are you waiting for? Host your own Vegan Baking Day!

Find Vegan Baking Recipes

This is specially baked version of Google Custom Search that includes several vegan baking friendly blogs and websites in recipe searches so you can get to the goods as easily as possible. Want your food blog or other website's URL included in this search? Contact us and let us know!

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What are you going to make for Vegan Baking Day?
What are you going to make for Vegan Baking Day?
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Vegan Baking Tips

Here's a Tip!One of the many tricks to mastering pie crusts is keeping your ingredients cool so the fat doesn't melt before the crust hits the oven. When the fat melts, the crust turns out tough and mealy instead of light and flaky. Use ice water (without the cubes) and keep your flour and bowls in the refrigerator beforehand to keep things as cool as possible.

Here's a Tip!Are your bananas getting brown? It's ok, most kitchens have at least a couple browning bananas kicking it somewhere. Don't throw them away! Place them in an air tight plastic bag and store them in the fridge for up to one year. They can later be thawed out in the microwave and be used for banana breads, muffins, cookies and pancakes.

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